Living besides rivers, lakes and the sea is a sound investment and aspirational too.
This year marks the 130th anniversary of the classic comic novel Three Men in a Boat. Jerome K. Jerome’s inspiration for his story about three chaps on a boating holiday between Kingston and Oxford came from his own trip on the Thames
His best seller casts a spotlight on the towns and villages along the river. Smart developments are now springing up on these prime waterfront hotspots.
Writers have long found living near water to be inspiring, including Beatrix Potter who loved the Lake District; Wind in the Willows author Kenneth Grahame who lived near Pangbourne in Berkshire and Under Milk Wood poet, Dylan Thomas, who is synonymous with the coastal village of Laugharne in Wales.
Property prices are higher here than in many other parts of Carmarthenshire yet still cheaper than elsewhere in the UK. A 3 bed renovated house is for sale at £360,000.
Carol Peett of West Wales Property Finders http://www.westwalespropertyfinders.co.uk is inundated with requests from stressed out Londoners wanting a Welsh waterside home. “Watching the water and wading birds, fishing or just messing about in boats are great for helping to unwind”; she says………
Daily Mail – Friday 6th September 2019 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/property/article-7435589/Homes-water-Smart-developments-springing-prime-waterfront-hotspots.html
If you are looking for a waterside home or indeed any property in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire or Ceredigion, give Carol Peett at West Wales Property Finders a call on 01834 862816. We can find your perfect property for you whilst saving you time, stress and often money too. Circa 80% of the properties we find for our clients never it the open market, thus ensuring they get the pick of the crop”. http://www.westwalespropertyfinders.co.uk